Professional career in performing arts?

Our 3 month Career Certificate is perfect for those who:

  • Have a flexible working schedule
  • Graduating from school
  • Graduating from college/ uni
  • Are taking a gap year / hiatus

Use our certificate course to boost your full time or part time career as a performing artist!
Do you want to gain the skills, knowledge and professional know-how of actors who can perform in Musical Theatre, Theatre and On-Camera?
Our Career Certificate in Performing Arts (worth 10 university credits) accredited and approved by the Ministry of Education, will teach you all the fundamentals.

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Study performing arts as a short time course.

For arts career development and lifelong learning.

Full time: 8 weeks
Starts 17th June 2019

Who can attend?

  • Performing Arts Practitioners
  • Aspiring Performing Artists
  • Minimum age: Secondary School Graduates (Pre-university)
Benefits those with careers in:

  • Performing Arts
  • Theatre / Stage Management
  • Film / Television
  • Events
  • Tourism
  • Law
  • Management / Sales
  • Human Resource
  • Working Professionals

Additional skills gained: Creative Thinking, Presentation, Storytelling, Teamwork, Communication, Basics of Business in the Entertainment Industry.

Get Moving with Dance

Dance enhances skills of perception, observation, and concentration. This is because one needs to learn choreography and steps. Dance also helps prevent dementia in old age.

Find out more here:

What we teach for adults:

Contemporary Dance

“Brought to the forefront of popular culture by dance pioneer Merce Cunningham, contemporary dance changed much of what people thought about dance before it existed. Cunningham did not believe in the importance of the straight line or straightforward narrative in dance, as was so important in ballet and classical styles. Instead, Cunningham’s dance stressed unpredictability, expression, and freedom, while simultaneously maintaining a strong focus on technique.”

Compared to dances like Ballet of which Contemporary derived from, it focuses more on movement of the torso rather than the importance of the legs. This makes it a more freestyle of dance which is more fluid rather than sharp and strict. It also involves more floor movement and makes it more freeing.

What we teach for kids:

Hip Hop Dance

Hip-hop developed from several cultures including jazz, rock, tap, and American and Latino cultures. Hip-hop is a very energetic form of dancing. It is unique in that it allows its dancers to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities. The hip-hop culture is influenced by the following four elements: disc jockeys, graffiti (art), MCs (rappers), and B-boys and B-girls.

Modern Dance

“A free expressive style of dancing that developed in the early 20th century as a reaction to classical ballet. In recent years it has included elements not usually associated with dance, such as speech and film.”

Semester 2 of 2019

Look no further for your performing arts training in acting, singing or dance! Enfiniti Academy ‘s new semester comes to you this April. Bring yourself or your child to learn confidence building in this fun environment and you will also gain the skills to be a professional performer too!

Email or call 03-61428115 to register today before spaces are full!


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Want a more creative additional skill set?

If you had the wish to study performing arts but never got the chance, now is your chance with Enfiniti Academy’s Performing Arts Career Certificate. No matter what you are studying or have studied, you can also learn performing arts to pursue a performing career part time or full time or just to improve your speaking and body language skills for the work place.

Starting this April, you too can learn to be an actor, singer, dancer and someone who is good at public speaking all in one. This course is full time and also part time (for those working or studying).

Email us at for more info!

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Ola Bola magic is created at Enfiniti Academy studios!

Ola Bola magic was being created yet again in the Enfiniti Academy studios. Loving the evolution from last year taking place & powering into 2019.
Don’t forget to catch season 2 of this amazing show going on now at Istana Budaya. Visit for more details.  #theatremagic
Our studios are available for rent. Contact us at or go to to find our more.
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New semester of the new year is here!

Every thought of being on stage or behind the camera? Want to have the know how to talk in front of an audience and project your voice? Do you want your kid to be the next one on stage in our year end musical? Join us for classes at Enfiniti Academy and cultivate the hidden talent in you or your child!

Call us at 03-61428115 or email to find out more!

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What is Contemporary dance and Modern dance?

You may wonder what is the difference between all the different styles of dance.
Well before Contemporary dance and Modern dance there was Ballet but later on there were ballerinas that wanted a style of dance that broke away from the rigid structure of ballet. That is where Modern dance and Contemporary came along.

The modern dance styles does not have set rules. Modern dancers often create their own dance routines using their emotions and moods, but on the other hand, many performances are choreographed.

Modern dancers prefer a more relaxed and free style of dancing. While ballerinas try to be light on their feet, modern dancers use body weight to increase movement.

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. The term “contemporary” is somewhat misleading: it describes a genre that developed during the mid-20th century and is still very popular today.

Contemporary dance stresses versatility and improvisation, unlike the strict, structured nature of ballet. Contemporary dancers focus on floorwork, using gravity to pull them down to the floor. This dance genre is often done in bare feet. Contemporary dance can be performed to many different styles of music.

These styles of dance can be seen in music videos today.